Montana INBRE Student Programs
Montana INBRE provides multiple opportunities for students in Montana to gain research experience in biomedical and social and behavioral health sciences at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Students in Montana seeking research experiences are encouraged to contact Montana INBRE Project Leaders at their schools for opportunities (see Research Projects for a list of current Montana INBRE research projects).
Additionally, Montana INBRE funds the following programs for student research:
- MT Tech of the University of Montana. Undergraduate Research Projects and Public Health Internships at Montana Tech
- MSU-Billings. INBRE Public Health/Biomedical Research Internships at Montana State University-Billings
Student Programs at MSU-Bozeman
INBRE Research Internships
Undergraduates at MSU-Bozeman in the biomedical and health sciences can apply for INBRE Research Internships, which may extend over several semesters or serve students just beginning their research experience. See Undergraduate Research for more information about the academic year program.
Summer research experiences are available for both MSU students and students enrolled in INBRE Western Region institutions. Click here for information on the summer program for MSU students. Click here if you are interested in the 2015 summer research opportunity for visiting undergraduates.
Native American Graduate Fellowships
Funding for Montana INBRE Native American Graduate Fellowships will be available May 1, 2016. This fellowship is a fulltime position. The overarching goal of the fellowship is to provide an opportunity for fellows to immerse themselves in their coursework and research and to meet with program staff annually for progress reports. If progress is being made on a regular basis, Montana INBRE usually commits to a fellowship for three years.
Click here for more information about Native American Graduate Fellowships.
INBRE Public Health Internships for Undergraduates
The INBRE Public Health Internship Program provides undergraduate students from a wide range of academic disciplines exposure to real community health issues, and an understanding of the tools available to investigate and solve these issues. Working with a community health agency, interns spend 10 hours a week providing services to the agency and pursuing a focused research project associated with their work. Interns gain first-hand experience working to address the health needs of rural and underserved populations through the agencies’ collaborative, community-based approach to health care. The internship is a paid internship, for both Fall and Spring semesters, 10 weeks per semester, and is open to enrolled MSU-Bozeman undergraduates only. Click here for more information about the INBRE Public Health Internship Program.
Undergraduates and graduate students may also apply for travel funds if their research abstracts are accepted for poster or podium presentations at regional, national, or international research conferences. Applications are not being solicited at this time. Check back for availability at a later date. See Travel Grants for more information.
Student Research Organizations
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE): MSU-Bozeman Graduate Student Group. WISE supports women graduate students in sciences, social sciences, math and engineering.
Student Community Outreach ProjEct (SCOPE): SCOPE seeks to engage students from Montana Universities in community-based projects around the state.
Helpful Student Information
Other Student Opportunities
For information on other student internships in Montana and around the country, click here.